Fiona Glascott, a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, has performed extensively in theatre, film, and television. Film credits include Fiona Hicks in The Deal in Omagh, written by Paul Greengrass, This is My Father, with Aidan Quinn and Isolde in Goldfish Memory, for which she received a Best Supporting Actress nomination in the Irish Film and Television Awards.
Her many West End theatre appearances include the title role in The Country Wife at The Royal Theatre Haymarket, Nicola in Hitchcock Blonde at The Royal Court Theatre and Lyric Theatre, and Maggie in the original cast of Whipping It Up at The Bush Theatre, directed by Terry Johnson. Other theatre credits include Mibs in A Life at the acclaimed Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Aisling in The Spirit of Annie Ross at The Gate Theatre, Dublin and Nina in The Seagull with commedia de’larte theatre company The Corn Exchange.
Her wide-ranging TV credits include Maria in the Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler with Anna Paquin, Rose in Clone with Jonathan Pryce, and Janine in The Long Firm writen by Joe Penhall. Other TV credits include Rosamund in the British classic Poirot and Rachel in Bachelors Walk, directed by John Carney.